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COOL! That would be so cool if there was actually a panic button on my keyboard!
by FrenchMani<3 on 6/28/2010 9:10:28 AM
Hey! No don't worry that does not make you a bad person. Just be careful and look out for yourself ok?
by xxsummergalxx on 6/25/2010 12:09:28 AM
but i do agree with the rules some what. but i dfon't believe on site like facebook you hasbve to hide everything about yourself.
but i definatly believe never meeting people you meet online though.
by aqua girl on 6/16/2010 11:29:24 AM
some opf this is true. but not for all websites. like msn and facebook both let you choose your friends. so if you invite someone you don't know it's your own falt.
also on facebook they have safety settings on the sites too so you can make only your your frinheds can see it. plus you can even make some stuff not visble to people in your contacts too.
if your responsilble this sites aren't that bad.
by aqua girl on 6/16/2010 11:27:23 AM
this article is nice and informative, but really- how many girls are going to stop posting half of this stuff? we take pictures of us or with our friends to purposely put them on myspace. and we dont think that putting 'i love volley ball and swimming' will harm us.
by SierraRylee on 6/11/2010 6:05:36 PM
that is so true but i do have a myspace and twitter but im careful (:
by soccerdefender on 6/8/2010 9:27:22 PM
Mod Mod Mod Mod
OMG when i was in 5th grade we had to watch a video on this it was so scary. But some kids who had myspace where talking how they did that all the time while me and my friend were freaked out.
by Basketballchick97 on 6/7/2010 3:20:45 PM
I know the GL moderators do a great job of answering questions, but they are busy gals! if you have any questions about tough stuff, school work or anything else, come to my profile and I would be happy to see all your fun profiles and stories!
by Olivia T. on 5/29/2010 8:06:34 PM
most of you are saying things about GL not being safe, these are some reasons it is:
1) mods do a great job to make sure all you post is completely safe that you don't post personal stuff
2) when you blow up profile pictures they are blurry, the odds of someone being able to recognize you are very low.
also, a lot of you are saying you are careful- you may be but if a smart predator were to find you, they could trace your internet.
some tips about safety:
~if you have a web cam, cover it up with something, if someone hacks into it then they could see you doing whatever
~just because someone has pictures of themselves doesn't mean they are real (they could just find pictures to match their online description)
~maybe change a few letters in your last name and tell your true friends your facebook name.
~just because you facebook isn't supposed to be publicly viewable doesn't mean it is, people can hack past it!
NOTE: this isn't to scare you girls, you all need to be careful even on GL mods may not be able to always catch everything!
happy internet surfing!
love Olivia T.
by Olivia T. on 5/25/2010 9:05:48 PM
by Olivia T. on 5/25/2010 9:01:18 PM
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